THANK YOU for posting photos, this helps me understand the frozen food feeding.
Question: Where did you get that pipette/syringe?
(I don't remember seeing something like that at the store)
I went back to the pet store today and took a closer look at the frozen offerings. I was kinda grossed out by the bloodworms. (yeah, I'm a wimp, I freak out whenever I see a spider in the room) Oh well, at least the worms are not live and squirming around.
The frozen foods are about 1 cm cube.
Question: How much of that cube would you feed to one Betta?
I'm wondering whether it might be easier to manage portion control by going with freeze-dried treats instead.
Ammonia is heavier then water, So siphon from the 4 bottom corners first
Thanks for this bit of info, it is something I hadn't read anywhere else before. Interesting and good to know!
Oh, I just thought of a totally unrelated question for everybody. I read in another post somewhere that Tetra brand is good for water conditioner. So I looked at these at the store and saw:
-- Tetra Betta Safe, 1.69 oz, $4.49
-- Tetra Aqua Safe, 3.38 oz, $4.99
-- Tetra Aqua Safe, 8.4 oz, $7.99
Question: Is there a difference between "Betta Safe" and "Aqua Safe"?
I'm guessing it's just a "marketing" thing and that both products are identical. So I think I can safely get the Aqua Safe, which seems more cost effective.... probably the 3.38 oz bottle, since the 8.4 oz bottle looks like way too much for a 2 gallon tank.